Urban landscapes: a place of faith
THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JAMES, TORONTO
Constructed between 1850 and 1874, this cathedral (in Canada’s largest city) has been visited by prime ministers, British royalty, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and many more. This is my second turn at making photographs here; the first was with a large-format film camera about 20 years ago. In both instances, I was doing loooong exposures to compensate for the intimate lighting.
Nikon D7100, tripod.
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